Friday, 22 August 2014

IT IS TIME FOR AFRICA 'S DOCTORS TO SAVE THE LIFE OF AFRICANS

The article below was originally published at TLC Africa in response to the Ebola fears and panics in Liberia, Guinea, Nigeria and Sierra Leone.

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IT IS TIME FOR AFRICA 'S DOCTORS TO SAVE THE LIFE OF AFRICANS SUFFERING FROM EBOLIA WITHOUT RECOURSE TO POLITICAL POLEMICS
By Dr Michael James

The successful treatment of Ebola patients by blood transfusion (antibodies) from recent convalescents is public knowledge and is even documented on film

Ebola Plague Fighters Nova Documentary



  Ebolais not fatal there is a 90 percent cure for Ebola. The politics surrounding Ebola is to make the disease a weapon which the West can use to depopulate Africa and take their resources.

As the Ebola epidemic came to a close in Zaire in 1995, 8 patients were transfused with blood from recent convalescents who had survived Ebola.The first patient to agree to this experiment was Nicole, a nurse who fell ill with Ebola despite strict precautions when handling the sick

Then Nicole, a nurse is diagnosed with Ebola. She eventually agrees to be transfused with blood from a convalescent with her blood type in the hope that the antibodies will aid her recovery. Nicole was well within one week and made a full and fit recovery soon after. Foreign doctors tried to prevent the Zairian doctors from transfusing Nicole with convalescent blood, but they went ahead after suspecting that the Belgian doctors opposition was wholly political.

8 patients suffering from Ebola received the blood transfusion and 7 of them recovered in one week. Is this not adequate evidence that the cure exists for Ebola. Is this not adequate evidence that there must be an Afrocentric and Pan African response to Ebola and all other diseases in Africa without interference from the west? Liberia and Sierra Leone must commence treatment at once to carry out transfusion to stop the epidemic. There are numerous convalescents in these countries and there is no shortage of blood.

African doctors must think Africa , and stop depending on white people. Live together and Die together then you will survive!
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Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article are the views of the author and not the views of TLC Africa.

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